Five collaborative projects fit into Sage’s larger community efforts.
The Women’s Institute at Russell Sage College is embarking on a multi-year project to provide direct support to female refugees and their families in New York’s Capital District.
Professor Emilly Obuya has involved dozens of students in her work to develop sustainable methods to make contaminated water safe to drink.
Sage was one of 11 nonprofits selected to work with Penn’s Positive Psychology program in spring 2021.
Bio Prof and Students Join Global Coalition Studying Parkinson’s Disease’s Specific Impacts on Women
Professor Kristi LaMonica is a member of the World Parkinson Coalition’s YOPD working group and its subgroup investigating the disease’s specific impacts on women.
During the spring 2021 semester, students in Family and Community Health II took on projects that contributed to community needs over and above class requirements.
Student-run literary journal is producing publications with students at Haringey Sixth Form College in London.
Public Health, Biology and Psychology students are data collectors for a nationwide research project.
Four MBA students from Sage’s School of Management were among the advisors who helped Fabbro Industries map its new route.
Ryan Jennings’ cross-campus leadership helped him get elected as the first president of Sage’s new, unified student government.
For the Russell Sage College students involved in Sage Votes, the presidential election was just the beginning.
Community work-study positions in nonprofits allow students to contribute to a cause they care about.
The partnership includes an opportunity for high school students to earn college credit and receive mentoring.
Sage is ranked number eight out of 389 national universities in this category.
Barbara Cockfield will lead the college’s efforts to promote equity and social justice on both campuses.
Sankofa ceremony and Black History Month trip are anticipated to become annual traditions.
Meet the 2019-20 Ferguson Fellow and hear what past fellows have to say about what the early recognition meant to them as they started their careers.